from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In hunting, one who cranes at a fence. See crane, intransitive verb, 2.
- n. Hence One who flinches before difficulty or danger; a coward.
- n. An official in charge of a public crane for weighing.
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Voila donc ce que je voulais dire a ceux qui pensent que j'les met sur le net pour craner ....
Therefore, the game becomes little more than a button-masher and joystick-craner.
"When I wuz a child I played, 'chicken me craner crow' and would build little sand houses and call dem frog dens and we play hidin 'switches.
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